Thursday, December 5, 2013

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe As Allegory

The World Peace Organization for the One World Government has been enduring a hostile takeover bid for several years. The World Peace Plan includes fifty innovative and potentially very lucrative projects, and participation in the organization offers the opportunity for many people to function on such a high level that no one has ever achieved or even imagined before. This has made us a target for those who play the game of Greed, people who believe they have the power and capacity to function on a far higher level than the average people that we are.

We have been playing out the allegorical stories by C.S. Lewis. We believe he wrote the Narnia Series for these difficult times, but they are pertinent for any time to help resolve conflict in the family. Ironically, Lewis uses the name, Calormenes, in his books, and the majority of our potential independent members are from California and Oregon, and those who are relying on the games are mean.

The project ideas were introduced by a spiritual entity named Seth through me, Karen Holmes, the principal of the organization. I am a channel, and my gift from God is to be able to communicate with anyone “on the other side.” Some people took the project ideas and ran with them, but only enough information was offered to open them to debate and to demonstrate our intent not to leave anyone out of the benefits of the projects. There is no resistance to a plan if everyone is involved with its creation, and shares in the benefits.

They have made no real progress in creating their projects because it takes the full 200 independent members of the organization to create an organization project. Our projects cannot be retro-engineered, or even pirated, because there is always a backlash to the games. It just won’t work.

Seth at the present time is playing the role of the lion, Aslan, and I am Lucy, and the World Peace Plan is the Wardrobe, the doorway into Narnia. (Hint: We even have talking animals in Narnia!)  

It has taken a long time for the projects to come about because the White Witch has kept Narnia in a state of “always winter, but never Christmas.” She went to the potential members and declared the projects ideas are hers, and because people equate power and audacity, or power and money, they believed her. It is up to Aslan to stop the White Witch. (Lucy is just a little girl, after all!) The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe story line has spun off into other stories. We are also playing out “The Last Battle,” as a planet to enable the planet to evolve to a higher level—world peace. It started at the same time as the Iraq War.

The Family Plan segment of our organization will continue to play out the allegorical stories for many years, working to undo the damage they have done by relying on the games, and each of us will at one time play the role of Aslan. Eventually, these books will be put back on the shelf and become just stories once again for children to enjoy, just as my children enjoyed them when they were young, and didn’t have to live through their roles to end the conflict in our family and within the organization.